If someone asked you to do something "like a girl", would your actions be insulting or inspiring to all the girls in the world? Dove answers that question.

I grew up a tomboy. I loved, and still do love, sports. I spent my whole life trying to keep up with my extremely athletic older brothers. They told me I had to learn how to throw a perfect spiral to toss the football with them.

And I'm glad they did.

My parents encouraged my love for sports. They were at every game I had and encouraged me to be a classy lady off the field, and a force to be reckoned with on the field.

And I'm glad they did.

My family wanted me to be the best at everything I put my mind to. Period. There was no distinction between doing it "like a girl" and doing it the best I could.

In my opinion, doing things "like a girl" means doing things better than the rest.

So when did "like a girl" become an insult? Watch the video to find out.